Kingston & Area Ghost Tours
Haunting locals and newcomers alike, this ghost tour takes you for a spooky stroll through Kingston’s old Sydenham Ward. It features haunted hotels, hidden burial grounds, grave robbings, hangings at the old courthouse, and Kingston’s famous haunted courtyard. A tried and true favourite for all ages.
THIS FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY! Join us on the first weekend of the Spooky Season as we investigate a Kingston, Ontario landmark – Murney Tower! Prior to the Tower, a wood Fort from the war of 1812 stood on the site. After the war, the barracks were used as a hospital until the Tower was built. The land was also heavily used as a landing site for indigenous peoples in the 18th century. The activity could possibly be connected to any or all of these time periods. This 2-hour special event will begin with a full briefing on the haunted history of the site, the equipment to be used, and the best practices to follow when collecting and analyzing evidence. Then you will have the opportunity to venture inside the tower – in the dark – to see what you can discover. With a max of 8 people per group, tickets are extremely limited. Transportation not provided. No restrooms on-site – be sure to plan accordingly!
After chilling us earlier this year with the hauntings at Fort Langley, crowd-favourite Aman Johal joins us once again to share more terrifying tales from British Columbia. With looming mountains, enshrouding fog, and near-constant rain, the City of Vancouver is the perfect setting for a night of ghost stories. Learn of the haunted theatres of Granville Street, the eerie ghost of 16th Avenue, the Skytrain station that could be the most active location in the city, and other spooky tales. Featuring: Aman Johal (Forbidden Vancouver, Parks Canada) and Jim Dean (Haunted Walks Inc.).
Watch live on Oct 2nd at 8:00pm (EST) or later at a time of your choosing.
After terrifying us last winter with spooky stories about London Bridge, our friends from Lantern Ghost Tours join us once again to share a new batch of English ghost stories. Although it isn’t on the tourist map, London’s Farringdon neighbourhood is home to some of the world’s darkest haunted history. It is where: Braveheart was murdered, Bloody Mary executed hundreds of Protestants, Sweeney Todd spent time in jail, and The Great Fire of London finally ended. Needless to say, this one is not for the faint of heart! Featuring: Ross Daniels (Lantern Ghost Tours) and Jim Dean (Haunted Walks Inc.).
Watch live on Oct 9th at 8:00pm (EST) or later at a time of your choosing.
There are few spots as picturesque, and as haunted, as the Mill of Kintail, in Mississippi Mills, Ontario. With close to 200 years of history, the Mill is one of the oldest buildings in Canada available for paranormal investigations. This 4-hour special event will begin with a full briefing on the haunted history of the site, the equipment to be used, and the best practices to follow when collecting and analyzing evidence. Then you will have the opportunity to venture inside and investigate three different buildings. What will you discover? With a max of 8 people per group, tickets are extremely limited. Transportation not provided.
Delve into Salem’s macabre past with stories from the 1692 witchcraft trials, tales of documented paranormal activity, chilling cemeteries, accidental death, and centuries’ old murder. Learn how the town of Salem fell into a panic and executed 20 people for witchcraft, including crushing one man to death. We’ll end the night with a visit to the notorious Witch House, the home of witchcraft trials Judge Jonathan Corwin, where strange happenings continue to occur. Featuring: Giovanni Alabiso (Salem Historical Tours & Haunted Footsteps Ghost Tours) and Jim Dean (Haunted Walks Inc.).
Watch live on Oct 16th at 8:00pm (EST) or later at a time of your choosing.
New Site for 2021! The Historic SDG Jail (aka the Cornwall Jail) in Cornwall, Ontario, is a site we have been asked about for years and we are thrilled to be able to offer three weekends of investigations there this fall with Phantoms of Yore. Constructed in 1833 and active until 2002, the jail served as both a minimum and maximum security facility over that time. Several executions were carried out on-site, in addition to the suicides and murders. Due to the jail’s dark history and frequent ghost stories, it has attracted the interest of ghost hunters from across North America. This 3.5-hour special event will begin with a full briefing on the haunted history of the site, the equipment to be used, and the best practices to follow when collecting and analyzing evidence. Then you will have the opportunity to venture inside the jail – in the dark – to see what you can discover. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to investigate one of the most sought-after haunted sites in Ontario. With a max of 8 people per group, tickets are extremely limited. Transportation not provided.
Everything is bigger in Texas – including the ghost stories! We will be focusing on the area around Galveston, which has a long and dark history of pirates, Civil War battles, fires, epidemics, and natural disasters. With tales of headless engineers, faces in unexpected places, and other hair-raising tales, you’ll see why Galveston is the most haunted city in the Lonestar state! Featuring: Gina Keel (Lantern Light Tours of Galveston) and Jim Dean (Haunted Walks Inc.)
Watch live on Oct 23rd at 8:00pm (EST) or later at a time of your choosing.
Your friends at The Haunted Walk have some tricks up their sleeves for the final campfire of the Halloween Season. Throughout the evening we will be sharing some of our favourite terrifying tales and dark history from around the world. The only catch is…not all of it will be true! In this extremely interactive campfire, it will be up to the audience to outwit the cunning and mischievous storytellers from The Haunted Walk. Prizes and bragging rights are up for grabs. Join us on the eve of Halloween for some devilish fun! Featuring: Jim Dean and other talented
liars storytellers from The Haunted Walk.
Watch live on Oct 30th at 8:00pm (EST) or later at a time of your choosing.
Have a group in need of a fun and unique activity? We offer private daytime and evening group tours for student, youth, and adult groups. These tours have a customized start time and most can be delivered in English or French. There is no better way to experience the ghost stories and discover the spooky history of Kingston, Ontario!